What Really Matters in Life?

Trauma causes us to question our beliefs. Now there’s sand beneath our feet, not the solid ground we thought. When this happens in our life, we can feel destabilized. Everything’s been stripped away, nothing’s certain any more. It’s at desperate times like these when the scales fall from our eyes … that we learn important […]

What Really Matters in Life?

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7 thoughts on “What Really Matters in Life?”

  1. Partially true, but one must understand “love” before one can really show love to others completely.
    “This is (agape) love, not that we have loved God but that He loved us and sent His Son to be the propitiation for our sins.” 1 John 4:10
    “We (agape) love because He first loved us.” 4:19
    The differences are in the words for love in the Greek: phileo, brotherly love that Remen refers to, and agape, the highest form of love, that loves without reason.

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      1. Only in that Father, who has revealed Himself in Jesus, is all present. There are places His love can not go because He limits Himself by creatures’ free will.
        Even HE will not force His love on anyone who rejects Him.

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